Relief is Still Needed in Syria

AMAA’s relief efforts remain strong in Syria ̶ whether it is direct relief provided to the remaining community in Aleppo or providing a LifeLine and new opportunities for those who seek to leave and begin anew in the Homeland -Armenia.

With the unification of the City of Aleppo and the departure of extremist militants from it, Aleppo has enjoyed a measure of safety since mid-December. Even though the barrage of shells, mortars and rockets have ceased, the trials of acquiring the basic necessities for a decent daily life remain. Running water and electricity in Aleppo have once again been cut-off. Unemployment, lack of vital services and inadequate medical care persist in plaguing war-torn Aleppo. The impoverished communities desperately need our help!

AMAA’s Syria Relief efforts are directed to four areas:

  • Aid to those who wish to stay in Syria and need assistance
  • In conjunction with Armenian Evangelical churches in the communities, aid to those who have found refuge outside the borders of Syria, such as Lebanon and Canada
  • Help to those who are forced to leave Syria and willfully wish to relocate in the Homeland
  • Help settle all those who have arrived in the Homeland.


So far, your gifts have provided:

  • Food, water, heating and other basic necessities
  • Medical assistance
  • Educational assistance
  • Resettlement in Armenia

Your gift of ANY amount will: Help Families • Keep Schools Open • Provide Hope

RAISED TO-DATE: Over $2,000,000
Help us to continue in our relief efforts to reach out and inject hope and anchor the will of the people to survive and sustain!

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